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I have a cat. It would last an hour.
I bought a siphon coffee maker at a thrift store as a novelty but it makes surprisingly good coffee and it's quick. Plus you feel like a chemist or that guy in breaking bad when using it.

Works even quicker if you heat the water in an electric kettle first. I use the siphon more than anything else (pour over, French press, etc) when making regular coffee.
I bought one of these grinders when I was starting to get more into coffee. Static annoyances aside, it performed pretty well for two years, and I gave it to my ex when we split. I got the same model as a replacement, and it broke within a couple months. When I contacted Bodum, I was informed of this part of their instructions (I copied from the current user manual, emphasis theirs):

If you're grinding small volumes at coarse settings, that might not be a big deal, but if you're going even medium-fine or are doing a larger batch for cold brew or a large pour-over, you could pretty easily hit 20 seconds. I personally view it as indicative that they went cheap with the motor.

I got a Baratza Encore and have been pleased with it for six years (daily grinds of 40-45g a day for either French press or pour over, infrequent grinds of 70g for cold brews). Just so happens I found out the person whose coffee opinion I respect most of the people I know (he's worked in the industry since he was 16) has the same one, so I figure I'm in good company.

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Grinder is cheaper than last time as well, in for one!
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Anyone has experience with the milk frother?
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I want that coffee maker but I estimate 45 uses before I clumsily break it.
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I want that coffee maker but I estimate 45 uses before I clumsily break it.
I have a cat. It would last an hour.
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I bought a siphon coffee maker at a thrift store as a novelty but it makes surprisingly good coffee and it's quick. Plus you feel like a chemist or that guy in breaking bad when using it.

Works even quicker if you heat the water in an electric kettle first. I use the siphon more than anything else (pour over, French press, etc) when making regular coffee.
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What's the difference between the $70 grinder and the $45 one? Seems like the cheaper one doesn't have the timer and the catch is plastic. Anything else?
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What's the difference between the $70 grinder and the $45 one? Seems like the cheaper one doesn't have the timer and the catch is plastic. Anything else?
That's about it.
Amazon reviews show plastic gears breaking even on the pricier one
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0043095WW/
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Anyone has experience with the milk frother?
You can get it cheaper at Target
https://www.target.com/p/bodum-el...group=72-8
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Any presses that do not leave coffee grinds in the coffee afterward?
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Can I use this to steal gasoline?
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You can get it cheaper at Target
https://www.target.com/p/bodum-el...group=72-8
Thanks for sharing. They don't look like the same product though
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Any presses that do not leave coffee grinds in the coffee afterward?
My guess is you're grinding your own beans (that came out inconsistent), or if your grounds are finer than your filter. Unless you're using a finer filter, I don't think there's a way around a French press.

If you use a diff method such as pour over or aeropress, you should have less issues.
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